Aphalangia

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Aphalangia is a syndrome with the characteristic absence of the phalanx bone on one or more digits[1]

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  1. ^ Sallout, Bahauddin I.; Al Wadi, Khalid A. (2009). "Aphalangia possibly linked to unintended use of finasteride during early pregnancy". Annals of Saudi Medicine 29 (2): 155–6. doi:10.4103/0256-4947.51805. PMC 2813641. PMID 19318745. 

Further reading[edit]

  • T, Ozkan; SV, Kuvat; A, Aydin; A, Biçer (2007). "Nonvascular phalangeal transfer from toes to hand in congenital Aphalangia". Acta orthopaedic et traumatologica turcica 41 (1): 36–41. PMID 17483634. 
  • Wiebe, E. L. "Intermediate digital aphalangia. A surgeon's dilemma--two bone toes." Journal of the American Podiatry Association 63.10 (1973): 522-524.